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WE SHALL SEE THE LIGHT

Forgotten Tales

 

Progressive Metal

2.95 | 3 ratings

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b_olariu
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3 stars Forgotten Tales third album after more then 5 years silence, named We all shall see the light from 2010 is another good release in melodic power metal scene. The original drumer left in this period and was replaced by Mike Belanger, the rest of the musicians remains still. So, after so many years silence what do I expect from Forgotten Tales new album, will they keep the same attitude as before, same melodic power metal with some progressive metal twists, the answer is yes. They bring to surface a good album full of crunchy guitars, good female vocal lines and above all some enjoyble and not boring arrangements overall. Thier second album from 2004 was their best so far that's for sure and remains the best they ever done and the most progressive from all 3. Besides the fact that Forgotten Tales was never a totaly progressive metal band, they always had power metal elements includeded in the mixt, this time is no diffrent, maybe in places more power metal and less progressive turns but not bad at all. Short pieces . all are under six and half minuts but enjoyble are all pieces, So for this ne w album I will give 3 stars, I like this band and I was with my eye on them since their beggining. Good release but still nothing realy impressive or groundbreaking.
b_olariu | 3/5 |

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